• The Wage Mobility of Low-Wage Workers in a Changing Economy, 1968 to 2014
Figure A2. Significant Average Marginal Effects for Mobility for All Low-Wage Workers Source: Author's calculations based on the PSID (2018). Note: Results from the full model (m4) using the median wage threshold (two-thirds of the median wage for full-time workers). Reference categories: woman (man), nonwhite (white), marital status (never married), child under six (without a child under six), education (high school diploma), worked in better wages (unemployed), starting and current occupation (professional and technical), firm change (same firm), industry (agriculture and mining).
Figure A2.

Significant Average Marginal Effects for Mobility for All Low-Wage Workers

Source: Author's calculations based on the PSID (2018).

Note: Results from the full model (m4) using the median wage threshold (two-thirds of the median wage for full-time workers). Reference categories: woman (man), nonwhite (white), marital status (never married), child under six (without a child under six), education (high school diploma), worked in better wages (unemployed), starting and current occupation (professional and technical), firm change (same firm), industry (agriculture and mining).

Direct correspondence to: Michael A. Schultz at schultzm@live.unc.edu, 155 Hamilton Hall, CB#3210, Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Additional Information

ISSN
2377-8261
Print ISSN
2377-8253
Pages
159-205
Launched on MUSE
2019-09-19
Open Access
Yes
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